Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis will meet the club’s ‘transfer team’ today to discuss Allan possible move to Psg, Tuttosport reports.
The Brazilian is a top transfer target of the Ligue 1 giants but Napoli don’t want to sell the player for a fee below € 100 million.
According to various reports, Psg are willing to offer a similar fee. As per Tuttosport, Psg could finalize a € 96 million deal offering the Brazilian a € 8 million-a-year deal.
Psg, however, need to sign the player with an obligation to buy in order to avoid bigger problems with Uefa’s Financial Fair Play that is already giving hard times to the French club.
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